CACCN Certification Draws

The Canadian Association of Critical Care Certification Draw was established to recognize members of the Association who successfully certify or renew their certification in our specialty  -  Certified Nurse in Critical Care Canada [CNCC(C)] and Certified Nurse in Critical Care Paediatrics Canada [CNCCP(C)].


Award Funds Available        Eight Prizes of $ 250.00 each

Deadline                                  September 1 


Download Criteria

Draw Eligibility

To be eligible for the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Certification Draw:

  • the certified nurse must provide the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) with permission to release their name and contact information to their nursing specialty, the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses
  • the certified nurse must be an active member in good standing as of September 1st of the year in which the nurse certified or renewed their certification
    • ie. certification in April 2014 = entered into draw September 2014

Draw Process

  • the names of eight (8) nurses will be drawn, as follows:
    • Adult Initial Certification – three (3) recipients
    • Adult Certification Renewal – two (2) recipients
    • Paediatric Initial Certification – two (2) recipients
    • Paediatric Certification Renewal – one (1) recipient
  • the awards are completed by a random blind draw of eligible members from each category
  • the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Certification Draw is held at the Board of Directors meeting prior to the Dynamics of Critical Care Conference annually in September
  • the Board of Directors reserves the right to not award a prize or to draw additional names in another category, if there are no qualifying nurses in a specific category

Notification

  • recipients are recognized at the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Award Ceremony (annually in September)
  • names of the recipients are noted in Dynamics:  Journal of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses (Winter Edition)
  • names of the recipients are noted on the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses website under Awards/Recognition
  • recipients are notified and receive the award funds via the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses  National Office (annually in October)

The Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses retains the right to amend the award criteria.    

CACCN Document:  Award Criteria
Content Revision Date:  March 2014